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post #436 of 3498
Got an email from tubefix@arcor.de that all available lorenz sets were ordered during the weekend, he wondered why everybody seems suddenly to be interested in lorenz tubes. I will get contacted when he finds any lorenz df91 or dl92.
Edited by GermanGuy - 6/17/13 at 1:13pm
post #437 of 3498
I found a nice site

http://frank.pocnet.net/

With thousands of tube data sheets and more everything can be downloaded as pdf-file, per tube and manufacturer!
Edited by GermanGuy - 6/17/13 at 1:53pm
post #438 of 3498
Thats wonderful, thank you!

I have just ordered the Tungsram 1T4T's. They are coming from Austria so will probably be here in a couple of weeks and I will report on how these lower powered tubes sound.
post #439 of 3498
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Got an email from tubefix@arcor.de that all available lorenz sets were ordered during the weekend, he wondered why everybody seems suddenly to be interested in lorenz tubes. I will get contacted when he finds any lorenz df91 or dl92.
I missed out. When I checked again over the weekend the eBay listing closed.
post #440 of 3498
Anak.
In light of what I found out about the 1T4T tube that one in the 06's would extend battery life even more !
post #441 of 3498
Believe it or not, I'm still so "behind the times" (reading HF between meetings :-P) so I completely missed the 1T4T & only read your 3S4T comment. I need to a have a secret holiday away from work & wife/kid to catch up on this thread!!

Googling 1T4T now biggrin.gif
post #442 of 3498
I just thought, your in Japan, there the tube is known as the 1T4SF so have a local search for that.. Perhaps you will come across a hidden stash of "TEN" tubes which are meant to sound wonderful Japanese made tubes!
post #443 of 3498
So, Shikada San put the 06 officially on sale today!

list price without tubes is $627, tubes are another $26 and custom made leather case is $188 (All prices are based on todays exchange rate and are US $)

Knowing what I know now if I were ordering it I would do so sans tubes and go get some NOS tubes elsewhere.

I know a couple of folks have purchased this already so I am looking forward to the reviews from everyone!
post #444 of 3498

"I can resist everything except Analog Paper^2 temptation" - with apologies to Oscar Wilde.

 

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Andy.

 

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So, Shikada San put the 06 officially on sale today!

list price without tubes is $627, tubes are another $26 and custom made leather case is $188 (All prices are based on todays exchange rate and are US $)

Knowing what I know now if I were ordering it I would do so sans tubes and go get some NOS tubes elsewhere.

I know a couple of folks have purchased this already so I am looking forward to the reviews from everyone!
post #445 of 3498
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Originally Posted by ianmedium View Post

I just thought, your in Japan, there the tube is known as the 1T4SF so have a local search for that.. Perhaps you will come across a hidden stash of "TEN" tubes which are meant to sound wonderful Japanese made tubes!
Thx for the tip! I'll look it up!
post #446 of 3498
Andy! I have a feeling this little amp is going tI get a really good reputation. Oh yes, what was the amp you mentioned in your pm? I searched but could find no mention of it!
post #447 of 3498

ianmedium,

 

This is it - http://www.coffmanlabs.com/h1-a.html - love the aesthetics. 

 

Cheers,

Andy. 

 

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Andy! I have a feeling this little amp is going tI get a really good reputation. Oh yes, what was the amp you mentioned in your pm? I searched but could find no mention of it!
post #448 of 3498
Wow Andy, that is something else!
post #449 of 3498
A lot of vintage tube data books and info can be downloaded here:

http://www.tubebooks.org/tube_data.htm
post #450 of 3498
It is certainly a striking design. The designer/builder is keen on recycling so the rotary knobs are vintage items from aircraft and some of the components are NOS and of finite supply.

Just trying to arrange a loaner unit!

Andy.

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Wow Andy, that is something else!
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